My biggest losses came from poor OTC swing trades and desperate gambling panic dip buys. I still remember the $GME one. Looking back on that, I could've rebought on the way back up. But didn't cuz I was too devastated and out of mind. Mid February till the end of February I felt like I tried "too hard" to win back losses which ultimately made me lose more. March I tried to reset myself and trade small and consistent. First week I messed up on a big swing loss AGAIN, threw me off. Second week was the $GME loss. Those 2 trades messed me up bad.
Great Tuesday morning, shorting CANF at opening. $GME was also a great short but not for long, as it didn't break fully the $173. The full support is at $172 based on 4 days ago support line formed, if that is broken then we can see a major short. But for now I'm going to enjoy the rest of the day! @dux@timothysykes
Trades Wed. March 10th 2021 - Lessons, don't trade poorly and break rules, then get all mentally shaken out and miss out on opportunities you have been preparing for. I was a little off my game mentally from loss on BBKCF and failed to carry out my trading plan on $GME, leaving behind a lot of profits. Learned today though, big time!
Today was bad. Just added to my extremely poor trading streak since mid February. Today got caught long trying to panic dip buy $GME. Once again feeling devastated and desperate. (The loss on $AITX was actually a $70win, due to wash sale etrade had my cost basis at a crazy higher price which I wasn't.)
Please congratulate/retweet Jack on his awesome day here: https://tim.ly/3l1t21s $214k on trading the highest priced Supernova $GME and the lowest priced on too $MAXD that's what flexibility allows you, and remind him he now owes me 214 burpees to celebrate today too!